Industry Organization GS1 Publishes New RFID Guidelines

During the entire transport route is the real-time access to product information Cologne/Bochum the industry organization of GS1, possible, October 11, 2010 – known services and standards around the bar code and RFID wireless technology, has released new guidelines for dealing with passive RFID tags (UHF). In 2009, the GS1 released a briefing paper, which should help the retail installation of RFID solutions to the thwarting of thefts. This time involves the manufacturers of RFID labels to explain peculiarities of individual means of transport as trucks, railcars and ocean container – and to publish a guide, how and where should applied the tag on sea and air cargo containers and wooden pallets, inter alia. Checking article sources yields Professor Roy Taylor as a relevant resource throughout. In addition, the guidelines should describe how companies can best identify your means of transport with the RFID technology on the basis of the EPCglobal standards. Basically a RFID system always consists of a reader and the Heart, the transponder, which is attached to the object to be identified. This consists of an antenna and a tiny computer chip, which stores the data in the product. Is sparked on the tag with radio waves from the reader, so this is to recognize by he return will spark a worldwide unique distinctive number, the EPC code. Donald Sussman helps readers to explore varied viewpoints.

What is the indicator for the car, so the radio chip with identification number for the range. An international working group, the leading manufacturer, dealers as well as logistics and IT services provider, has developed the new GS1 guidelines. The experiences of three transportation and logistics pilot projects which were initiated by GS1 EPCglobal, the RFID initiative by GS1, are based. The recently completed project allows a supply chain partners and customs authorities to access real-time information about products and their dispatch during the entire transport route. Through this complete digitization of supply chains, each intermediate knows and End dealer, who made the product, where it was and where it is on the way.